INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Headline of release should read: Dow AgroSciences Receives First
International Patent Publication for Lead Commercial Event in Herbicide
Tolerant Traits (sted Dow AgroSciences Receives First International
Patent for Lead Commercial Event in Herbicide Tolerant Traits).
The release reads:
DOW AGROSCIENCES RECEIVES FIRST INTERNATIONAL PATENT PUBLICATION FOR
LEAD COMMERCIAL EVENT IN HERBICIDE TOLERANT TRAITS
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dow AgroSciences’ growth equation and staying on its current growth
course was the focus of a presentation to investors made by Antonio
Galindez, president and CEO of Dow AgroSciences. Galindez spoke to
investors today at the Goldman Sachs 15th Annual Agricultural Biotech
Forum in New York City. At the conference, Galindez reinforced the
company’s commitment to technology and innovation.
A key part of the company’s growth equation ismore...
With two-thirds of Americans either obese or overweight, the food
industry has the opportunity to play a key role in public health by
selecting healthier ingredients. The recently released 2010 Dietary
Guidelines for Americans affirm that the type of fat consumed is
more important than the amount of fat. Not only do the new
recommendations call for a reduction in saturated fat intake, they
encourage the consumption of “good fats” by replacingmore...
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dow AgroSciences is disappointed with EPA’s announcement of a proposal
for a multi-year phase out of food tolerances for sulfuryl fluoride,
a material important to the sustainability of the U.S. food supply.
EPA’s proposed action offers no meaningful public health or
environmental benefits and would actually detract from U.S. public
EPA has said that it will open a 90-day public comment period for
INDIANAPOLIS & WILMINGTON, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dow AgroSciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company,
and DuPont business Pioneer Hi-Bred have resolved a dispute regarding
the marketing of certain corn seed products sold through Pioneer’s
PROaccessSM business unit. As part of the resolution, Pioneer
will continue to distribute products through its PROaccess business
unit, with modified packaging. Further details were not disclosed.
Growers play a critical role inmore...
INDIANAPOLIS & HYDERABAD, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical
Company (NYSE: DOW), announced today that the company has identified a
new lead molecule for advancement in its alliance with GVK Biosciences
(GVK BIO), Asia’s leading Contract Research Organization. This newly
identified lead compound has been selected for its ability to address a
key product goal in support of Dow AgroSciences’ growing agricultural
Complete Cotton and PhytoGen®
cottonseed have created the “Fiber of Giving” cotton drive to help
critically ill children and their families through the Believe
In Tomorrow™ Children’s Foundation .
The “Fiber of Giving” campaign, beginning at the Beltwide
Cotton Conference January 4 through 7, 2011, encourages cotton
growers, retailers and interested participants to donate cotton goods
such as sheets, towels,more...
Dow AgroSciences has announced the construction of a new Seeds Research and Development expansion in Olivia, Minn. Research on corn and soybeans will be conducted at the site for Mycogen Seeds and other Dow AgroSciences seed affiliates. The 11 acre site, approximately 90 miles west of Minneapolis, will have an office and seed processing building and an equipment storage and shop building. Olivia is also home to a Dow AgroSciences Customer Service and Seeds Operations site."The constructionmore...
Plenty of productivity is sprouting from four new or recently renovated Dow AgroSciences seed research sites in Indiana and Illinois. The company has invested more than $6.7 million dollars of capital into building, leasing, and renovating its sites in Fowler, Ind.; Otterbein, Ind.; Sidney, Ill.; and West Lafayette, Ind. Plans call for approximately 10 jobs to be added among the Fowler, Otterbein, and Sidney sites in the future. About 30 people will be employed at the West Lafayette researchmore...
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A federal judge has granted partial summary judgment in favor of Mycogen
Seeds, an affiliate of Dow AgroSciences, in a lawsuit against Pioneer
Mycogen challenged Pioneer’s right to sell corn hybrids containing
Herculex® Insect Protection to regional seed companies
through Pioneer’s PROaccess business, as it interferes with its
exclusive right to license the Herculex Insect Protection traitmore...